We Had Moral & “Sivik” Classes, But M’sians Still Have No Morals
It’s been a week since the new Sabah state library opened in Tanjung Aru and was praised for its impressive modern design. However, you may have to take a rain check if you’re planning to bring your little ones to visit the brand new library as the kids section have been forced to close.
Seriously, it hasn’t even been a week but the section had to be closed down on 9th April due to vandalism. The kids section was apparently destroyed with children’s drawings on the walls and sound absorption panels. Not only that, the shelves in the section were also damaged. Sounds awful!
Honestly, this isn’t the first time Malaysians were associated with the act of vandalism. The same case happened when the MRT Sungai Buloh-Kajang (SBK) line first opened to the public, in which the authorities had to fork out RM10,000 just to repair damages.
Okay, lets not forget, Malaysians were once again criticized for destroying Ikea Penang’s showroom, just two weeks since it opened.
Why do we do this? Aren’t we happy to be given such amazing services in this country? Speaking of vandalism, this tweet by the Minister of Youth and Sports, Syed Saddiq, totally hits the mark.
Why we don’t deserve nice things😒😒😒
Come on Malaysians, we are better than this.
Duit rakyat digunakan untuk sediakan kemudahan ini, jangan sia siakan! pic.twitter.com/5A6tObPqkq
— Syed Saddiq (@SyedSaddiq) February 15, 2018